Lehi’s Dream

Lehi’s Dream

In Lehi’s dream in 1 Nephi 8:14 who is Lehi talking to?  Joseph and Jacob are not yet born. Sariah, Nephi, and Sam are seen in the dream. Later in vs 17 Laman and Lemual are seen. So who (which child) is Lehi talking to? Note: 14. And I looked to behold from whence it...
Nephi’s baptism

Nephi’s baptism

If Jesus had already ascended to heaven, who baptized Nephi? 3rd Nephi, Chapter 19, verse 11. Joan ___________ Joan, The scriptures don’t say who baptized Nephi in 3rd Nephi. What they do say, is that all 12 of the disciples were given the authority to baptize...
White Stone

White Stone

After reading Rev. 2:17 and comparing it with D&C 130:10-11, then the new name which is found “inside” the mind of temple members and also the new name which is found in the white stone, then the white stone and temple goers who are also dressed in...
Is Evil Eternal?

Is Evil Eternal?

Will Satan who represents evil be bound forever for all of Heavenly Fathers children and all earths? Will this struggle be an eternal one for all worlds as they are created and populated with mankind? My son asked me this question and I wasn’t sure how to answer...
King Mosiah

King Mosiah

Who was King Mosiah’s (the 1st) father? Floyd _____________ Floyd, The short answer is that the Book of Mormon does not say. If you remember from your reading the Large Plates were given to the person who would succeed Nephi (son of Lehi) as king (Jacob 1: 1-3)....
Baptized and knew it not

Baptized and knew it not

Could you please explain 3 Nephi 9:20 – 20?  And ye shall offer for a sacrifice unto me a broken heart and a contrite spirit. And whoso cometh unto me with a broken heart and a contrite spirit, him will I baptize with fire and with the Holy Ghost, even as the...
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